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EVENING DUU.BTIM. HONOLULU, T II , TUESDAY, FED 9, 1000.
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Hawaiian Third Degree
I lit W.SII.W
Honolulu Cominandery Reg
ular, 5 p m
SA I L WIIAV
Lei Aloha Chapter No 3 Meg
All visiting members Of the
Order are rurdlally Invited to
attend meetings ut local Midges
EAIU1UNY LODUE, No. 3, 1. O. O. F.
MeeU nvet7 Monday evening it
'.30 In 1 U O t Hall, Tort Street
I I! IIRM)It Societal)
I li ttll'hE N G
All visiting brothers very cordially
JABTJ LODGE, No. 1, K.
Meet every first and third Fri
day evening at 7 30 In K ot I' Hall,
corner l'i.rt and lJsret.mla. Visiting
Drainers rurdlally invited to attend
F It M i,l M ( o.
li i.OM li. U It S
HONOLULU LODGE G10, B. P. O. E.
llono'ulu I-odg. No 61 C, 11. P. 0.
E., will meet In trielr ball ou King
near Fort Stieol everv Friday even
Ins. lly order jMb. I? 11
HKM1Y C KSTO
WM H MclNEIlNY, E. II.
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meeta eer 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7 30 o'clock In It. ot P.
Hr.ll, cor Kort and llcrctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially luvlted to at
tend. r iv Mcc.iinw c c
i: A JAl OH3KN K It S.
HOttCLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E
JUet on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evonlnga of each month at
7.3o oc'ock In K of l. Hnll, corner
Bjrotunln and Tort streets.
ViHlug Eagles urn lnltcl to nt
V. L riLUEE, W., Prest.
H T. MOOKE Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
layi of earn month nt Knights ot
ythlas Hnll Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend
A n AltLEIOH, Sachem
a n Munrny, c ot it.
The best assortment ever
shown in tht city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leatc j out oraer for n. bo:
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
". CONTRACTOR ond BUILDER.
., PLUMBING and PAINTING.
li1 Office: Honolulu Painting Co, 221
King St.; P. 0 Box 914.
I' ASSESSIIE TIIO 0
J In the Ilirrlsim Miuuil llenovolent
Association duo De 1" 1008. de
linquent Ian lri. no') All nscess
wonts are piyablo at the Secretary's
ultlro. Knplolanl Hulldlng King and
' Blank boolca uf all Boris, IpiIrois
, ? etcj miyiMfucturP-1 b iho Dulletlti
? nWUl-Ins Comiiany.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN SI 50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
(J A new down loon hotel. Sleel and
btlcl structure. Furnished at a coll of
$160,000. Eieti oomfcrt and content
ence. On car lines transferring to all
..! aI aII. flmnlliiit iriBAt ill l-alltt
iaii ui etij. wiiiium... iiiww.- "- i
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
CLEANEST in the world.
CHEAPEST because they last
longest. Sold by the
Alexander Young Building.
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, IF YOU JOIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not feel it. You will have ft
watch and a good one, at that
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOTTON BLDG.. FORT ST.
Hear it, and you'll Want it.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co, Ld.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. 0. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beooh."
Meals At All Hour.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Robert
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFEltN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUIANU
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
457 Beretania St. Phona 1491
L-t III U for uni ntn-iv
rlriilont cr uleernh-n
t 1 1 iiutia itrnArftn
.' iUm Al I D t MITIr.
4 it) xr fftlf finni
I. .1 I I. lilt (!
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
--ftj-"For Bale" card at Bulletin-
I JCV-1HCIMTI 0 FSVtS
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Today is the best time to find a
nigh-price customer for your proper
ty. A Bulletin Want Ai will
ana mm. , ,
Ten good autohncks. Phono 0.
Tako your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian CArrlago llatifg, Co, tor
Thompson Hi& Clcinons have with,
drawn as attorneys for tho defense In
tho cane of Yeo Yap b Yeong Young.
Judge Lindsay this morning denied
tho motion for a new trial In the as
sumpsit case of Thomas Carpenter mi.
Land Commissioner Pratt went to
Hnwnll on thu Mnunn Ken today to sell
at public auction somo Walmea town-
Try a Royal Annex Lunch.
Coat your Iron roofs wltb "Arabic"
You will be surprised at lta cooling
una preservative propertied California
Feed Co , agouti. '
The appeal of the defendant in tho
damago cubo ot SylVano Ndbrlgo vs,
Ah Ixy wna dlamlBacd by Judge Llndi
say uus morning.
On Installments of 13 per month you
can purchaso a Whlto Family notary
sewing machine. Benny & Co. Ltd.
agoms, late. Ton m mono 4S8
Sutcrlntenduiit llabbltt states that
tho High school, Normal school, Pohu
Kama, Wallhlwacna and Qlrls' Indus.
trial schools will decorate; automobiles
lor tne Floral Parade '
Appetite falling 1 Try Royal Annex.
United States Deput) Marshal Holt
left today on tho Mnunn Xoa for Ha
waii to serve thirty subpoenal) on wit.
ncRso Bto appear In the United States
District Court to testify In tho Moses
Kokl trial next term.
Kva Matthews has brought suit for
divorce from her husband Oliver Mat
thows, alleging that for the past three
)cars he has failed to support her and
she has been obliged to depend upon
relatives for her llvlug.
(Continued from Pars 1)
ter of tho town, the purchaser of the
lots may enjoin the proposed closing
of the road."
The cose came before the Supreme
Court on appeal by the defendant
from a decree of the Circuit Judgo
enjoining him from placing any ob
structions across road II running
fiom Campbell acnuo to Kanalna
iwenue In the Kapahulu tract near
The owner of thU tract In 1890
sold lots In the tract to various per
sens. Including the plaintiffs, on the
representation that road H, connect
ing their land with the street-car
line and being the moat direct way to
the center of town, would be kept
In the early part ot 1908 the de
fendant placed obstructions ot a per
manent nature ut each end ot road
It and threatened to completely ilosa
tho road up. This suit for an In
junction v.as then Instituted.
The defendant') main contention
in that where lots are sold by map or
plat the purchasers acquire only an
casement in the streets shown ou the
map which enable them to reach pub.
lie hlghwa)s In the moat convenient
manner, and that, as It is as eas
and convenient for plaintiffs to reach
public hlghwu-s from their premises
b the unclosed portion ot road II
and proceeding along Campbell ave
nue either way as through the closed
portion of road II, the decrco should
be reversed. It Is unnecessary to
consider whether any other streot or
road bhown on the map than tho por
tion ot road II lu question may be
closed The shortest and most con
uulent method of getting to Kana
lna avenue from plaintiffs' premises
Is undoubtedly along road II and
from there to Kapiolanl Park thrpugh
private land. Without the privilege
of crossing private land probably It
is as convenient to reach the park
by one road us the others mentioned.
Hut this closed portion of road II Is
u continuation of tli street on which
plaintiffs bought Jots and built and
now live, is within only a halt q
block of their house, is the shortest
and most practicable, route to Kana
lna avenue, the street car line and
the center of the town, and, more
than all, the representation that It
would bo kept open for travel induc
ed plaintiffs and others to purchase
lots on this road abqve Campbell ave
nue and thus enhanced the sale of
those lots. Under such circumstances
I ialntlffs are entitled to have It kept
opon as against their grantor, pur
chasers from him, and grantees from
Tho further argument suggested by
defendant that, ob he owns all the
land on both sides of road II he there
fore owns all the road In fee nnd
may consequently close it up, has
obviously no application In this case.
The decree appealed Iron) Is af
firmed, Hill for bay cities water district
pirfected for submission to legisla
ture and bond sale declared an easy
w -- ' . "
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KHJO ST. PHONE f-M.
'THE BEST "FJTTERB" IN TOWN.
WASHINOTON, 1) C , 1'eb S W llowlng the conference held nt tho
White Houbo toda, President Itooaevtlt sent a long imwsuge to Speaker
Btaqton of the California Assembly, stating Hint the pollc) of tho Aduilii-
titration was to combine the maximum of edlcletKy with the inlnlmhm
of friction In the prtsent urrnngemclit with Japan, while the misguid
ed ones advocated a minimum of cililelency with u maximum ot Insult
INDIGNANT AT PRESIDENT
Tho messago Bent by the President to (lovcrnor (Illicit of California,
censurtus Senator Perkins for the stand taken by him lu the .Iup.iulm!
matter, was discussed in both Hoimia of Congress tod ty, Indignation l
lng expressed at the President's action, (
WHAT KN0WLAND SAYS
Congressman Knowlnnd states that he deplores the uttacl. made M
the President upon the California rfemttor, while nt the hiune t'linu lut
stands In support of the President ip (lie (tffCTt t scttlq thu Japinesi
natter diplomatically and uiohlfng any Indication Hint iiiiduo fear nt
MILLIONS OF DOPE-USERS
SHANGHAI, China. Feb. 8 --.Tin' Chinese delegates nt the meeting
of tho International Opium Commission, now In session, report that tlm
number of opium smokers in China Is thirteen million, font bundled ami
Qft-uve thousand, six hundred and ninety-nine Thq report uet.ciilol
alleges that Japan Is the main uource of supply for opium
m i i
MAKE WIRELESS COMPULSORY
WASHINOTON, D C Feb. S., -PicBldent ltoosevelt hns sent li spe
cial message to Congriss urging the passing ot a law to require ocean
going steamships to be equipped with wlreltss telegraph) oiitllts
t i m
POTTS COMMANDS OE0RGIA
WASHINGTON, I) C, Feb. 8 -Captain Potts has bien placed lu
command ot the battleship Georgia, In place of Captain (ualtrough, le
duced and suspended through court-mdrtlal verdict
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
has just arrived from New York, including very attractive
designs in Flannellet, Gingham, and Ghambray. Also plain
.Gray, Blue, Pink, and Assorted Colors.
ROMPER SUITS for Boys at BOo A SUIT.
YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
Phone 627. Cor. King & Bethel Streets. P. 0. Box 053
An experienced traveling salesman
Is wanted for a wholesale house See
ad The stock bookB of the Oahii Sugar
Co will bo closed to transfers from
February 10th to ISth.
Seized articles held at thu Custom
Houso will bo sold nt 10 u, m , March
1, 1909. Bi-o hd 'in' thlslSBtio for list
Tho cakeB and pies nt the Palm Cnfo
are madu fresh overy da) You can
order on phono 311 und be prompt!)
Tho Owl cigar Is a fhe-cent Binoko
that has no equal In the world It has
a flanr better than that of many ten
cent cigars. Ask for It nl M. A
& Co , Fort and King St.
Unless )our pnnnlsvB nro properly
filled and graded bofuro tho heavy wot
weather sets In, they aro liable to meet
with serious damagis. 1-eit us flguro
on u contract P M Pond, contractor,
It) croft's sodas nro different, thero
Is a life In them, a clean, fresh, und
grateful flavor that is tho rcBiilt ot ah
soluto purity and highest quality of
materials Phone rountalu Soda
There Is moro to tho cut of tho trotis
era than moat men Imagine; our Para
gon trousers havo a distinctiveness
about them that men like Custom
made In correct Sptlng Btyles. Tho
Kasb Co , Ltd.
Keo I.OX non grease carbon papers
nro tho best In the world because their, cliimo In Kobe, goes to Now York on
Impressions aro ulwu)s clear, sharp, , business He will pass througgh hero
nnd permanont They nip cheapest be- 'ngaln lu four mouths. E. C Shurpe,
cause they lust longest. Hawaiian
News Co , Ltd.
Lellehua army officers will find that
tho most BUltnblo flooring for tent nnd
country houses Is our Chinese plain
autHwUted matting nigs and Japanese
bluo and wiiitu cotton rugs i.evvers u
"Hawaiian Securities," a pamphlet
of fullest nnd most vuluablo Informa -
Hon giving proBcnt rating of all stocks
and bonds, nnd capitalization, general
btandlng, otc of all firms and planta-
tlonB distributed freo by Hawaiian
Trust Co. to all applicants.
3T.nT .rtTinnn n.-c-Ti mvtrrfurt
jcianu juinauft uamr uauninu
(Continued from PfC l
city to the camp site has been nccom
)Hsliod by a good deal of Inconvcu
ience, owing to tho lack of terminal
facilities and the necessity for hauling
materials u considerable distance 1
wagon Wllh the comtiletlon of tho,
railway track, that difficulty will bo u
thine of tho past, and hu ding mator -
lata -will be rushed out onto tho camp
bite In quick shape
Tho oroctlon of tho buildings Hooded
to house the workmen who will bo em
p!o)ed o nlho big dredging Job, will bo
rsuhod along as rapidly
now, In order to subject thu workmen
to as little luccmvenlonco as possible.
The building or a miniature clt) re
quires time however, and It Is prob
able that oven working nt high pies
sure, the dredge crows nnd other work
men will bo ou the ground before tho
houses nro Tcads to receive them
I'Dredges are Ready.
J ho ill edges Ilecunutlon und Gov
ernor nro about icail) to pioceed (o
It is probable that tho dredges will
go directly to thucharbor and will be
gin work at once, As soon as the (juar-
4.Arf . feAv, UH uf
fe. itW-4sW bv
ters nt Watcrtown are read) to re
ceho the workmen they will haw
(heir hendqinrters traiiHfenid there
Ono of the big dredge-n of tho 11 1
u.illan Dredging Company was drawn
up onto the marine rullwa) tills noru
lug 'Ihlrt) additional feet will lx
added to the hull, in order to make
tho barge suitable for the work which
will be requires I In the carrjlnj; out
of tlm Pearl Harbor contract
All of the equipment of Hie Dllllug
ham Compin) Is being gotten into
shape us rapid!) as possible, and fiom
now on work w ill be puahc el ulong nl
TENYU FIGHTS WAY
THROUGH HEAD SEAS
Tho steamship Ten)c Main docked
at tho lltickfelc! wharf yesterdii) after
i.noii mid commenced to clischnrgo the
local freight, consisting of 1000 Ions of
miscellaneous cargo C I-iecy (loud
rich, the iwinuUir purser of tho Unci
lcpoiled strung head winds en route
Among tho passengers for tills port
who arrived cm tho Tonyo )esterelii)
were I)r und Mrs U)cmuru l)r U)e
in lira who hns been practicing lieu
for homo )curs, returned to Japan a
fovv months ugo to visit with his fam
il) The doctor will reopen his olllco
on Ilere'tnnln stitet, near Niiuunu Mrs
A. II Harbor, who Is it passenger on
thu liner. Is tho wife of an arm) olll
ccr stationed lu tho Oilent II M
Pitt, emu of (ho delegates from tho In
sulnr Government In thu Philippines
to Washington, and his family, urc go
ing to thu States on a vacation.
W J Schroth, it wealthy tea mor
loprcscntntlvu of several big oil cum
panics In tho Orient, Is also bound lo
New York Q Hclnlclii n wealthy
silk merchant of Shanghai, who bus
been In the Oilent for tho last tvvent)
(ho )eara, will visit tho business
houses In New York,- wlillo In thu
States Mlsu Clalie Howie is making a
'rip to New A oik and will return in
' two "rco months Win K Peas
1V. a prominent mining engineer and
promoter of Los Angeles, Ih returning
fr"m n hurrlud business trip to tho Oi.
- llu pnsseil through heie on tlio
Nippon Mum n short tlnio ago Oeorgu
It Chlnninn. rt iiuKsem-iti' cm llu. n'i n
I. MnPII lltlu lid. Ill . ... nn.......l I !. ...
. ,,,.n w,i ivj,ii;ni;iiiuii"iT in
lliu llrltlsh Aliiorlian Tobiictn Com
pnny In hlinimhul for a minibor uf
Kari, in t Hi has been transferred
to uuolliei elep.iiltneut of tho (ompiiuy
In l.on Ion vvhoie lie Is bound ul tho
Dining thu sta) of tho Tenso in Ho
nolulu, a good mail) of tho pisscngeis
visited vailous points of Interest somo
going to tho aquarium and others to
1 luounaliu and tho Pull
Tlm Ton)o Mnru will sail foi Bin
Francisco nt 8 o'clock lonlglil, taking
THE LtKELIKE will dimait feu Ho-
I' ok an, Hawaii this afiei 1101111 earn
lug general cargo, Including liuiibci
Shu ulso sails at & o'clock
THE STEAMEU Jiimns Cummins 111
rived from Kooluu ports shoitl) iiTte r
12 o'clock todny, bringing sugar ami
rlco ns part of hur cargo
THE JAPANESE S S Kllsigid
Mnru Is duo today from Ynkohimi
wiiii n cargo or sullh)ir 8I10 is in
route In South America
THE MAUI will go to Paanli in k'n
kuihaelo, bokula and oilier Hnimikni
Shu sails at 0 o'clock
IrJ FOREIGN PORTS
. Tuesday, February 9.
YOKOIl .lA-Hirlud I imi 'i
8 S Mntichurln hence Inn 29
INnwCABII.i: ArrUud Inn IS
S 8 eiliHMlt fiom I'IcoIp I It f
Till: (STEAMSHIP H-adtfl. Cfipttln
Ah on -nrrlved jenlcrila iifti-niiMiii '
fiom Seattle, Tacom.i She left tht n
Juniui) 27, with 20(10 toiiH of rug"
fur Hits port, nnd a Inigc shlpmi nt nf
I'etiPial cargo for llllo, Knhiiliil and
IiUuIi' Tho IhtuliH docked lit the
Malum Navigation whiuf where Khc
Is discharging the Honolulu Height
THE LUMlir.lt ftrlionnci Hoboit
Lowers, Captain Me-cis, nt lived this
inclining from Averdocn, Wnbhlnglini,
with 00(1 HOO rert of lumber consigned
to Lowers . Cooko She docked at the
fool of Foil Hi I eel tills morning nnd
till iiftornooii ho comnu tired to til
charge hrr cargo The hi homier undo
the trip in 2i! claH
THE Mill MI, which nirhocl ficmi
Mnkawcll, Kami, 1 mlit Minn lugs
of augir Purser lliislnre ic'iioilged
the following sugar nualtlng rdiipimnt
on Kniiil K 8 At "Sim V U If.iiii.
Mcll, J.1,10-1 I, P r.ju. II M ."Hi
Kllnuei. 1,110, Milk, 2.1 12.1, Kolon
L'BOH (1 ft It , SIS'.
I Hi: M1KAHALA will e iu Ihls uf
tcrnciou foi MoIcil.nl l nil mid I. mil
She will go let Hie tci-ltleiiii lit first
whence) she will piociicl lo Inn puilti
THE KINAH is -ct receiving n em
iildernlile amount of hi K-hl fm Knnl
She leaves llila iiflernoim nt ocloc'.
Owing to Hie slomr. write ti, i
Willi li lins piev liled her, cliuini. Ho
lnt li a weeks which dc 1 1) d lb'
htinuurs biliiglug sugt.1 fiom tin ulu
ei Island polls the' I, ul.iutlue li ni
hil il li praitliull) ivtug hlli it In i
berth Uulllkl .' lln- Malum Sa.l
gat Ion doc k
Alienel) the limi-alel bus Inl.c n
c. hoard f, liio li igs of sugui She has
u cnpjclt) of IS, 000 lugs I'uhivc
Millie llnexpi l ted Nlealllilh I 111 11 up
with louls of sugii thiie Is no loll
lug when she can Ml uvva) fin Sin
1 tun isil)
Aeeoidlng to one of Hie mem of Ihe
limgurd, slie Ii.ih In en willing In,
the ill rival (if the hie unci Iwultul
lieiiu Huvviill vrlth sugui 'I he vvi.ith
cjr Is appiueutl) clear, but Hie Ivvu
lani has not lit en icpciited 'I ln liui
i,.ircl arrive il liele Die -.", ami evnr
tlnce (hut (line t-lie has bun lool nig
Ulllllllll foi sugui
Watch Fobs For
Bill Burns and
'Oui" Hill Hums ami good old
Ullss vveie eiuli picseiitiel with a
watch-fob h) thu luseball tiustees
'Hie gifts vveie iiiiule III re ognltliiu
of thu splendid uffoi Is both the All
Still plii)ois made on Hawaii's behalf
in the last game of Hie lliivvuil Ml
8tni seiles, when lluwiill won with li
score of 4 to .1
NEW GARAGE AT MOANA;
DRIVERS WELL FIXED
Tlie Mouua luilcl will soon be fur
nlshed wllh an uplodnte guege AI
oMindt'i Yimiig has iln hkil to in et the
gaiugo dlrectl) In flout of (he pcnvei
house It will be Ini go enough to
house kIx oi e Ight in ii blues 111 a row
The garage will not lie open like the
erne ut tin Young lintel, it being main
1) tiitniicUd foi mining Mo in i hotel
guests' machines anil mi) othi i aiitos
li till) the down town guriigo that mi)
bo kept nt Wiilklkl foi thu use of vis
The bulletin)' will be two stories high
and qnniteiH for vlsilliig chiulTiuis
Will lie plOVhlei! 'I lie lanugo hlllllll I
bo u deildeil acquisition lo Ihe Moina
(Continued from Teze J
the slUit of Honolulu He his bee 11
lu the hi iv Ice of the lapiuese Foulgu
Ollreo leu somi time lie was nl one
time acting lipiuese Consul lu C'liln 1
mill Koiei He turning lo lupin be
bee line one of the officials of the Hoiid
or 'I null mulct the Hi piiiuu nt of 1 01
The litest nspli.tul foi llu pos'tiou
of cilice Ini of tin, II aw ill Inn ee iihii 1 111
I'Ho Is said lo be ten met HheillT (' P
I Dike 1 Sevii.ll loeil slate sine 11 have
all end) (dine foi wind us moved c ni
didalis foi the jiosltlou which while
II lasts Is about Hie ileliest plum ul
Hie disposal of the powim 111 il In
The .ippoinliiunl lists w'th Dlieitoi of
the Census Ninth
lames lltckett who ol ilms In have
bo, 11 Inliiied when u llle 1 iihlm ec.
lldcel wllh It wagon that he was ililvlug
011 Nov t mbi 1 2 I ih! h is notlllel Mn) n
Fein Unit he piopos. s biliiglug a dam
ago suit ugiilual tho CH) un 1 Comity
jn.tbA a- . xAtmmjpiA.ijm&iiiaiitMm .cj-m.
iiind I thin r "
I K 1 S H rinjei .Main li).il
kc i ini i I i in
,M NHS llildert fiom S' t 1 1,
2 1 1 p m
Tuehdnj, Felinm) ''
Seln llobert U-weirs, .Meyeis fmiil
Avildccn. 7 30 n m
8tini lames Cuniinlis, rmni Kool in
pents, 12 15 p in
T - DEPARTED I
Moiiih), Fe binary s
Hlliir Ke All lloli Peeli rscii, fin Iva
u ei 1 JO i in'
.linn Nik nil, for Kuiuil porls, n p in
Tuesiln), I'elnliiry 'i
Rlmi Mitmii Kimi, lin llllo iinel wnj
pelilM, 12 noon
litp S 8 Kltsngatn Mm ii fiom ih
kc liamii '
Am srhr llolicit Iiwtiis, fiom Pan
ni bk AMeu Itosse, fiom San
I SAILING TODAY
' T K K S 8 le live, M mi l,c nl fm
Sun I laiiilhiii S p in
Slnir .Mlkaliili let Mitlnk il and
M mi Mirts, r, p in
Slim Klli.iu fol KiiiiI polls r, p m
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I child II Viihldu
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8 Mai Inc Cenpi
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A IS Ilille Mjjni F A liccpics Mn
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Kuilf. hiigei It H x Mr Kindle
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Mn II II MeCiilloch I 8 Morse.
Mis 1.8 .Mcue William K I'easli
II M Pill Mlie II ,M I'llt ,m, iluie
chllh u Mis CIi ih Scliiilfn, W I
Sehrnlli Mis V I Sihnilli. I. F
Shtiipe Mis H F Mi upi II II 811I0
Hum I II 1 homo on Miss Minnie A
I'll slim Mill III O111 Kii fiom M.lka
vvi II lei, 'I (1 II F. irl
'Pol sluir Miiiiii 1 Kim. fen llllo nnd
wi pons Feb 'I U in - 1 Peterson
Mlrs A CntitiH I'l.ink Hiovvn und
wire. I v Piatl J II WvpJIIi.
Pun Mis Co mill 111 1I1I 8 CianiT,nl
mid v Ifi Mis I 1 111 1111 Mister Cur
HsTiiinit Mi and Mis MMnlcke II
W Kluiicv Gr.iu Mi .Ni.vlimd I
T M I Mis Mum v Mi h litim 1
I PASSENGERS BOOKED 1
Foi 81111 Fruit l-n pei OSS Aln
inula I c b 10 in 1 m Mis I. Ch iiiiT
imn Mis lulgiu C E Snnliker Mis
I 'W S umdi is Mis E I I.1111I, Mis
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Mi 1111 1 Mis P I. Pi 11 is I M lohii
inn Mjillni l.ivliiliie Slslei Mur)
Allele 1 Mis I H, ane Mis Hunks,
Misses Mel em Mm I An mil
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.Mis A Pui,e II S Ci 11110 C E Fii)e,
8 Hiirklu nnil wife V I. Tcnue), I) 8
Menrls A L Chase Mrs Ch u-o, I.
L)inan O It Hilcl Mis C F 11 11
let Mis 1 A Glum in Miss M E Cm
liliili. Mis T W Leo 8 C Smith E.
T Hull, I S Pottti Ah mil Mis Mc
Intcish I. A Ma) ami wife ( T l'hli
IIS, David Smile) D II Itobvt,
Pn slim Kin 111 (liivoiy foi Kimi,
Feb 'I n p 111 Z K Mejir.i, V. A
Klilidieii mid wife, W 1) Mdlijelo
loliu Gill Mm Ino Gill, Miss Gill,
Mis Z K Move is
Pei slu, 1 Mlkib.ila P,l fen Molo
kil Maul und I. mil Fib 0, r p in
J I) McVeigh F V Pease
'I HE TEN() MAIM! will leave lo
night ul s 0 clock reu 81111 Fiiiiiisc ,
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Hint she vvoiill le ive- at I o clock tills
iifteimitm Hut this iiiornlng 11 new
ti'ilei was htued changing tho llniu nt
'HIE MMINA KEA silled p-c.mpl!y
at noun today fm mil, i,lie oiok 11
luige pill) of IoiiiIhIh, wIhi 1, n ,
cured uc lommoil itlous ul , (iii.ini,
Houso 'Ihi) will go over! unl tlm, unii
Hie KoiuiH 11 liunlng 111 i n k lu Hie
Miiiiii 1 I na
IHE AINMEDA will sill Inmnuiivv
inclining u( lo ocloek e Hiving mi hi 1
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inilulltig si vi 1 il c ises ol fnsli pin,
apples II nun h im nl Hiig 11 und 7m 1.
bum his or ban in is ami puiuineM
Till' N'llllMi whim nrilve I Hi,,
morning fiom ikuvvoli Kauai, rt ,,
loading Ini lingo of sugit, ceii'slMlti
of la no hu onto i!i slouinnilp Hv
mils wlilell 11 ihe I jiste 'u) nrti
noon fiom 81 01!.
ALMOST J 11 I)-,ii ,,i 1 , Nl,
Viik Ti Iloiii'uiii iiniliiiig b is hoc 11
1 0111 el en tin 1111 iu iu -hip I , 1
(.ecu go i Ini ,n Wined 'il,,. vi , i
ii about mi davs cive ulu
Sea Wrens, ilJlOO
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyclw
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAI
AND MACHINE WORKS
King 5t, opposite South St, j